2017 Ministry Report

An overview of God’s hand at work in and through the people of The Cause Church:

Salvations / Responses to Altar Calls

God working in the lives of men, women and children, prompting them to respond to Him at one of The Cause’s altar calls.








Water Baptisms

Baptism is a public declaration of faith, a burial of your old life (before you met Christ) and a resurrection to your new life with Christ, and a critical step of obedience. We are excited about the 81 people who took this step and will continue seeing more make that decision.


If you are interested in being water baptized, attend Class 1 of Next Steps, or contact Judy (judy@thecause.cc or 714.255.0930 x110).

Attendance Stats

Each number reflects a person – child, youth or adult – and each person is on a journey. Our heart is to help people connect to God and grow closer to Him as they journey with us.








(Yes, we know it doesn’t add up, but we had weekends with additional services that are added into the total)

Kids Attendance:


Average for 3 Weekend Services, including adult volunteers.

Youth Attendance:


Average for Sunday 11am Service of all junior high and high school students (not including adult volunteers)



Visitors who turned in an info card

Small Group Stats

At The Cause, we don’t just want to attend church – we want to share life together. As you develop genuine friendships with other believers, you experience growth and victory in your relationship with Jesus. Not only are you ministered to and cared for on a personal basis, but God uses your life experiences, personal testimony, and gifts and abilities to love and minister to others.


People connected to small groups.

Life Groups:


Average amount of adults in Life Groups.

Connect Groups:


Number of adults in Connect Groups.



D-Group (Youth Ministry Small Groups) average attendance

Discipleship Stats

At The Cause, we want to grow deeper in our relationship with Christ. We read the bible, pray, are a good steward, and share our faith with others.

NEXT Steps:


Number of people who began NEXT Steps.

Grow Classes:


Class attendance.

Online Engagement

We understand that it can be hard to make it to church, so we believe in using the available technology to spread God’s Good News to all.

New YouTube Subscribers:


Weekend Service views:


Live Streaming (per service)

January• Jan. 2-11: 10 Days of Prayer and Fasting.
• Jan. 14-15: Children’s Ministry launches large group/small group program.
• Jan. 28-29: 12 Year Anniversary Weekend.
February• Feb. 22: EXO Night for youth and young adults with 360 in attendance and 40 decisions!
• Feb. 24: UNITED Volunteer Celebration with 222 in attendance.
March• March 16-19: Equip Conference (“Believe”) with Pastors Bob and Sherry Reeve, Diego Mesa, Robert Madu, Thor Ramsey, and Jim and Deborah Cobrae. 627 paid delegates (including children and youth) in attendance, including 25 pastors/ministry leaders from 9 churches. 180 make decisions for Christ this weekend, including 100 people at the Saturday 5pm service!
April• April 7-9: High School Spring Break Camp with 44 students and leaders in attendance and 20 decisions for Christ!
• April 8: Matthew Barnett speaks at our 5pm service. We took a $13,496 offering (plus committed an additional $1,000 per month support) for the Dream Center.
• April 14-16: Easter Weekend. 6am Good Friday Prayer Hike, 7pm Good Friday Service, Saturday 5pm & 7pm Services w/ “GLOW” Hunt for kids, Sunday 6:30am, 9am & 11am Services. 2,924 people in attendance. 140 decisions for the Lord (56 kids and 84 adults)!
May• May 6: Mother, Daughter, Friend Breakfast. 373 women and 75 girls in attendance.
• May 15-25: Pastors Bob and Sherry lead a team of 31 people to Israel.
• May 20-21: Chris August sings in all weekend services and performs a Celebrate Recovery sponsored concert on Sunday night with 515 in attendance and 32 make decisions for Christ!
June• June 8-13: 15 people serve on the Mexico Summer Missions Trip and build a house for a family.
• June 16-17: Marriage Conference with Pastors Bob and Sherry, Michael and Camille Franzese, and Doug Fields with 255 people in attendance. Pastor John and Jenny launch “Healthy Marriage” (a marriage ministry) and 19 couples sign up for Marriage Coaching.
• June 17-18: Doug Fields speaks at all Father’s Day Weekend services, and speaks to youth and young adult leaders at a special dinner on Saturday night.
• June 21-23: 42 high school students, 14 leaders, and 13 young adults attend “Dedicated Conference” in Henderson, Nevada led by High School Director Chris Costello and Young Adults Director Jeremiah Girard.
July• July 1-2: Holly Tucker sings at our Patriotic Celebration Weekend services.
• July 2-16: 17 people serve on the Malawi, Africa Missions Trip.
• July 7-9: 32 junior high students and 13 junior high leaders attend Jr. High Summer Camp led by Jr. High Director Roy Saucedo.
• July 10-14: 170 kids, ages K-6 th grade, attend “Superhero Central” Vacation Bible School (VBS) with 90 volunteers. Rob Biagi is our guest worship leader. 55 kids made a first time decision for the Lord, and 62 kids made a recommitment to Him! Children give $2,500 to “Footsteps of Hope” (to provide shoes for people in Guatemala)!
• July 24-31: 12 people serve on the Guatemala Missions Trip.
August• Aug. 4: UNITED Volunteer Celebration with 170 in attendance.
• Aug. 12-13: Healing Evangelist Andrew Kubala ministers at all weekend services.
• Aug. 25-27: Our first ever Men’s Advance ministers to 40 men.
September• Sep. 18: Internship Ministry for 2017-18 begins with 9 interns.
October• Celebrate Recovery launches support groups for those who struggle with mental health issues and their family members.
• Oct. 6-8: Women’s Conference with Pastors Sherry Reeve, Caroline Barnett, and Wendy Treat. 335 women and 60 kids in attendance.
• Oct. 31: Kidz Block Party (KBP) led by Pastor Chris, Pastor Hermi, and Shannon Reeve has over 15,000 people in attendance, our smoothest-run and best KBP ever. 625 total volunteers, including 125 students from Southlands School. Our new “Trunk or Treat” section was hugely popular.
November• Nov. 18: Thanksgiving Outreach blesses 70 families with a Thanksgiving meal.
December• Cause Kids Children’s Ministry gives 75 boxes for Operation Christmas Child.
• Dec. 1: UNITED Volunteer Christmas Party with 290 in attendance.
• Dec. 8: We will host the annual Military Christmas Dinner, serving and honoring 120 active military soldiers with their spouses and children.
• Dec. 8-10: We provide Christmas gifts for 60 children and food for 115 families. 43 people
will go to Mexico to serve and share Christ’s love.
• Dec. 23: Our first ever kids Christmas production.
• Dec 24: Three great Christmas Eve services
• Dec 30/31: Pastor Janine Kubala ministers to our church.